As most if not all of you know by now, our planned move from our Fellowship home to our temporary quarters at Angevine Middle School where we will hold services until our “Making Room for Our Future” efforts are complete has been delayed a bit. … read more.
Author: Joan Mulcahy
The Treasurer’s Report for June 2018 which is also the year-end report for the 2017-2018 fiscal year was recently accepted by the Board and is now available on our web site in the “Member-Only Content” area. Key items from that report follow.
Pledge income exceeded expectations … read more.
The Fellowship, as you may know, is currently in the midst of preparing the 2018-2019 budget. One aspect of this challenging process is to forecast income for the coming fiscal year. Since this has been on my mind, I thought that in this month’s post, … read more.
We have learned (from some of you, our members, as well as from knowledgeable fundraisers) that many of you may no longer carry a checkbook, and that sometimes you find yourself without the cash you would like to drop in the plate on a Sunday … read more.
January and the New Year are well underway – a time of making resolutions. One resolution that individuals and families often make is to make a will or update an existing will during the coming year. If that is a task on your plate, you … read more.
Committee Chairs will receive forms to complete their budget request via email in early January (not December as stated in my December blog post). Please enjoy the holiday break.
Peace to all this holiday season,
As we approach calendar year-end as well as the midpoint of the fiscal year, the Fellowship’s finances continue to follow the same monthly pattern established in recent years. That is, starting with a large surplus due to early payment of pledges followed with two months … read more.
Since the Congregational Meeting on November 12, there have been a number of questions from members on how to make a QCD to the Capital Campaign using an RMD from an IRA. This alphabet soup really can be deciphered, so let’s start with defining the … read more.